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The bottom most part of the heart is the apex, and the septum separates the right and left ventricles!

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There is no proper home remedy for heart pain as these home remedies can manage only infrequent chest pain mainly caused by digestive problems. Sometimes, a normal chest pain can cause a severe heart disease and at that time, home remedies will surely be no help. So, it’s better to take local emergency medical care services whenever your heart pain strikes.

However, there are certain things which you can use at your home for getting rapid relief from chest pain. These home remedies also prevent future consequences that occur due to minor heart pain.

You should include Almonds in your daily diet. You can eat a few almonds or drink a cup of almond milk. The decision rests on you. However, there is no scientific evidence that claim almonds can reduce heart pain, yet people follow it as their ancestors have told to do so. And this belief is being passed from one generation to other generation.

A cup of hot hibiscus tea can reduce your chest pain and improve your digestive system to some extent. In addition to this, hibiscus also lessens blood pressure and cholesterol. Also, it is very safe to consume as there are no side effects of it.

You can use olive oil to cook vegetables instead of using other vegetable oils, eat green vegetables and choose a vegetable diet for a lifetime. Also, you can drink lemon, pineapple, and orange juice.

Note: People who suffer from angina are strictly prohibited from using above-mentioned home remedies. They simply need to follow the prescriptions of doctor given to them.

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There is no real difference between AED and a Defibrillator. Both machines are used in administering electrical shock to the heart of a person experiencing heart-related problems. People with this type of health condition are prone to situations in which their hearts will cease to function properly. At this point, AED or a defibrillator is needed to send electrical shocks to the heart in order to start working perfectly. AED means Automated External Defibrillator, which means, it is an example of different types of all known defibrillator.

AED is used for people who are experiencing heart problems like cardiac arrest and others, to send electrical shocks to the heart. AED, unlike another defibrillator, can be handled non-medical professional in times of emergency. There are other types of defibrillator which can work perfectly like AED. They include, internal and external manual defibrillator, semi-automated external defibrillator. Invariably, AED is just a type of defibrillator.

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The answer is A. The organ that pumps the blood throughout the body is the heart. In humans, the heart is located near the left chest and for animals, the location of this organ varies depending on the species but is usually in between the lungs. A human’s heart has four chambers, the upper right and left atria and the lower right and left ventricles.

Blood flows in one direction through the valves to prevent uncleaned blood circulates in the body. The heart pumps oxygenated blood from the lungs to all the organs. The regular heartbeat of a person is 72 beats per minute and it increases when a person does an exercise.

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Pain in jaw and neck with headache and numbness in arm.

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lilcrazygurl

Bicupsid Valve is another name for the Mitral Valve. I believe it should be another answer.

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Yes, the ventricles are 2 of the 4 chambers of the heart but only 1 ventricle pumps blood to the "body". the left ventricle does this. to make a long story short, the right ventricle takes blood from the right atrium and shoots it to the lungs where it becomes oxygenated. then returns through the pulmonary veins into the left atrium which then goes to the left ventricle and shoots up through the aorta. then into 4 different arteries and it makes its way around until it's finally the veins that bring back the deoxygenated blood to the right atrium via the superior and inferior vena cava where the process start over again.
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I totally put 'mitral valve' and it told me I got it wrong :/

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It kinda looks like Bicuspid

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I think you probably know the answer to this question: sensible eating and drinking and exercise on a daily basis, some of it aerobic. 150 hours of moderate aerobic exercise a week, don't smoke, eat more fibre, avoid too much salt - this is vital -, eat fish especially oily fish, keep to your 5 a day veg and fruit.

You have to build this into your daily regime and not let the pressure of work persuade you that you have no time to choose your food or exercise.

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